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Saratoga Springs Restaurants: A Complete Dining Guide

With vintage charm and nods to horse racing, Saratoga Springs is a pastel, themed delight. This Walt Disney World Resort hotel is in a prime location for shoppers next to Disney Springs. Saratoga has plenty of pools, a luxurious spa and lovely walking paths along the water. Let’s take a look at the Saratoga Springs restaurants and dining options in this complete guide to food at the resort.

Saratoga Springs Restaurants, Dining, Lounges, Where to Buy Snacks and More

Tall ceilings, brown tables and chairs under colorful glass lighting fixtures at Saratoga Springs restaurant The Artist's Palette
Inside The Artist’s Palette colorful lighting fixtures dangle above tables.

Saratoga Springs Grab and Go, Quick Service and Mobile Order

The Artist’s Palette

The Artist’s Palette is a traditional Disney quick service location near the lobby next to the main pool. Expect breakfast, lunch and dinner with sandwiches, salads and such. Don’t miss the house made chips! There’s a place to pick up some groceries at the connected merchandise shop here as well. This is all located in the same building as the lobby and near the resort’s main pool. Quick service restaurants open early, stay open late and do not require a reservation.

A salad with cranberries, cut up green apples, nuts and croutons in a black to go container
The Artist’s Palette has a nice selection of entrees including the Saratoga Salad. Saratoga Salad. “Mixed Field Greens, Dried Blueberries and Cranberries, Apples, Spiced Walnuts, Crispy Croutons, and Lemon-Poppy Seed Dressing”
A gyro in a pita next to house made chips on a colorful Disney World paper plate
Also available at The Artist’s Palette: “Plant-based “Sausage”, Hummus, “Tzatziki”, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Onions, Cucumbers, Kalamata Olives, and Golden Raisins in a Baked Pita with Herbed-Red Wine Vinaigrette served with House-made Saratoga Chips”
An outdoor food window with a green canopy covering

Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Cafe

If you find yourself out on the golf course, Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Cafe offers sandwiches and wraps for an easy lunch on the go. This outdoor, walk up window is located below and behind The Turf Club.

Saratoga Springs Lounges

The Turf Club Lounge

The Turf Club Lounge, located near The Turf Club Bar and Grill, is a place to grab adult drinks and lounge fare in the evenings.

The Turf Club Lounge has a swirly, earth toned carpet with brown tables and chairs, televisions on the walls as well as jockey attire.
The Turf Club Lounge offers drinks and a limited food menu.
A cheese topped, round herb biscuit sits surrounded by others out of focus on a white and gray speckled plate
The Turf Club Bar and Grill herb cheese bread is one of the best starters at Disney World. Saratoga Springs restaurants offer a range of flavors.

Saratoga Springs Poolside Dining

Saratoga Springs restaurant at pool menu
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa has more than one feature pool with a slide. The Paddock Pool has The Paddock Grill serving up American style favorites.

Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa has a few pools to choose from, most with their own bar or snack spot. You’ll find the Backstretch Pool Bar at the Grandstand pool offering adult drinks and some snacks. The On the Rocks Pool Bar located at the main pool near the lobby offers a full bar of selections. Remember The Artist’s Palette quick service is right in this area when it’s time to eat. The Paddock Grill has a selection of adult beverages, sandwiches, salads and burgers at the Paddock Pool. It’s nice to have a few different pools to spend time in and each with poolside food and beverage options.

The Turf Club Bar and Grill is one of the Saratoga Springs restaurants with outdoor seating that's covered and has fans.
The Turf Club Bar and Grill has covered, outdoor seating.

Saratoga Springs Table Service and Signature Dining

The Turf Club Bar and Grill Grilled Artichokes “Grilled Artichoke Hearts, Crispy Baby Artichokes, Roasted Garlic Tahini Sauce, Pickled Golden Raisins, Roasted Shallot Vinaigrette (Plant-based)”

The Turf Club Bar and Grill

The Turf Club Bar and Grill is another dining location near the golf course. In an environment themed to a racetrack clubhouse, guests can dine on steaks and seafood. This restaurant mostly goes under the radar with so many amazing dining options around Walt Disney World. For many who have dined here, Turf Club holds a reputation of having nice menu selections and delivering memorable meals.

For menus, pricing and more information see Saratoga Springs.

Carrot-filled Agnolotti from The Turf Club Bar and Grill is a “House-made Agnolotti Pasta, Carrot Purée, Royal Trumpet and Maitake Mushrooms, Truffle Onion “Cream”

Disney Springs Restaurants are So Close

Disney Springs is just a walk or boat ride away from Saratoga Springs with just about every kind of restaurant you can imagine. The close proximity to this many dining options is certainly a highlight of staying at this resort. For quick, early breakfasts there are two different Starbucks locations that open before the rest of Disney Springs. For lunch and dinner, Disney Springs pleases every price range and palate! There are various walk up windows, like B.B. Wolf’s Sausage Co., and many must see sit down restaurants.

Try Morimoto Asia for a chic and modern date atmosphere with delicious Asian cuisine from award winning Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. The Boat House has one of the most fabulous sunset views, great theming and fantastic food. For an over the top experience, T-Rex Cafe will bring you back to a time when dinosaurs ruled the earth. It feels like you’re dining inside a ride. Frontera Cocina serves Mexican food on the sparkling, blue springs and has some of the best bites you’ll find at the shopping and dining district. For more magic at Saratoga Springs, see these free DVC resort activities at Walt Disney World.

Vegetable paella in a black dish pan on a table at Jaleo
Vegetable paella at Jaleo at Disney Springs. This restaurant, by celebrity chef Jose Andres, is within walking distance or accessible by boat from Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa.
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Nicole is a native Floridian who attended the University of Central Florida and decided to call the land of theme parks home. She’s been sharing magical tips, tricks and Orlando travel and tourism favorites online for over a decade.

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